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This NEW ULTIMATE resource pack is ideal for schools and sixth forms who are needing to stock up their careers resources. This bundle includes everything you need from books to software to help you offer the best careers education possible!
The Bonkers Book of Jobs
This title introduces the reader to a variety of the weirdest, scariest, coolest most disgusting and most delicious jobs around. Through activities, quizzes and information the reader will discover how much people earn, qualifications needed and potential career prospects.
From jobs in IT and the NHS to apprenticeships and government jobs, give students a head start with this impressive guide to career choices. The only annually updated careers directory, this well-established school library staple is now in its 14th edition.
The Apprenticeship Guide 2019
Now in its thirteenth edition, The Apprenticeship Guide is the most comprehensive guide to apprenticeships and other vocational learning opportunities currently available in the market. The Apprenticeship Guide contains concise summaries of every apprenticeship framework or Trailblazer standard offered in England, as well as employer contacts, real-life stories and a regional directory of training providers.
HEAP 2020: University Degree Course Offers
With thousands of courses to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to making university applications. HEAP University Degree Course Offers is the essential guide covering everything students need to know to research and prepare effectively, helping them choose and win a place on a course that's right for them.
Which A-Levels (Coming July 2019)
The tenth edition of this, student-friendly guide has been revised and updated and includes study and employment options after 16 as well as at degree level. It also contains information on apprenticeships including higher and degree apprenticeships; an increasingly popular alternative to full-time higher education.
Personal Development Guide
This book shows how to develop your abilities in ways that will help you succeed in your future career. Aimed at those starting research into possible courses in higher education, thinking about a gap year, or how to compile your UCAS application. With suggestions and exercises to give you an idea of what is available and understanding how to best match these opportunities to your own needs.
Career Horizons 1 (KS3)
Fifteen lesson plans and five standalone activities to support careers education at Key Stage 3. The materials help pupils to: build their self-awareness; explore the value of learning and personal development; understand concepts such as career, work, employability, choice and change; develop their career research, planning and decision-making skills and prepare for Key Stage 4.
Career Horizons 2 (KS4)
Fifteen lesson plans and five standalone activities to support careers education at Key Stage 4. The materials help students to: • appreciate the influences on and challenges involved in making choices and dealing with change • explore opportunities, work environments, student destinations and sources of help and support • develop their self-assessment, research, planning, decision-making and self-presentation skills • make applications and handle selection processes • prepare to move on from Key Stage 4.
Gatsby 4: Subject Guides – Booklets and Poster Set (Coming September 2019)
This resource is designed to help you fulfil your Gatsby benchmarks and meet your Ofsted requirements. Contains booklets and posters organised by school subject. The booklets challenge stereotypical thinking and raise aspirations by looking at how skills developed in the subject prepare students for a variety of career pathways.
In the 15 years since its launch, Fast Tomato has become one of the most popular career guidance websites for schools, putting millions of young people on the right track. Fast Tomato links directly to UCAS course information and suggests appropriate courses from both UK and European universities and colleges. It can also provide alternative education and training options including apprenticeships.